A woodstove in our house that didn’t fit

My house was definitely decorated with a log condo genre of theme, and it was all wood, browns and reds.

I have absolutely replaced the space, but the outside was red with brown trim, and now it is gray with light orange trim.

Inside the house had half wood walls and half chicken wallpaper. I have painted colorless wood and gray walls now. The living room had a hideous brown rug, and a stone pad that housed a wood stove that was vented all the way to the roof, and when I looked into it I realized that the homeowner merely made it a decorative piece. I had a Heating, Ventilation & A/C girl come in to take a look at it. The girl told myself and others that it was too small to be a cabin heater. It absolutely was meant for a fishing shack or small cabin. I instantly ripped that sucker out of there. I demolished the stone pad and removed the rug. Now I have gray tile floors and access to the whole living room. I had to patch our wood ceiling, remove the protrusion off the roof and sell that oil furnace system. The Heating, Ventilation & A/C dealership didn’t want it due to its size. I ended up selling it to a girl that put the wood stove in her hunting shack. It was totally wipe and in current condition. I got more than two hundred bucks for it and the girl took it the day I wanted it to. I can’t guess someone would go to work and spend the money to have a non functional heater.

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